SwimSwam Breakdown: Sakci Calls Out FINA, 75 with Fins, and 10 WRs in Paris

This week on the SwimSwam Breakdown, we discuss Emre Sakci challenging FINA for transparency, swimmers 1-uping each other on a 75 swim with fins, and Swimnex predicting 10 world records at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. See full list of topics below:


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10 months ago

Dear Coleman,

please note that Swimnex is not predicting 10 World Records at the Paris Olympics, but between now and then. We do not know if records are broken before, but some will.

10 months ago

Other views:
75s. Elite swimmers do elite things in practice! Not surprising that the fast guys went impressive times.
Shaine. Probably a good time to and try Texas. They probably only working hard for another month or so and then Eddie’s long taper starts. Who are Texas post grads now?
WR predictions. I agree with most. I think the young guns in the 200 free are likely be the ones to go 1:43s in 3 years but not sure why Braden thinks men’s 200 free is Bauerle’s bread and butter event? What Georgia guys have done a world class 200 free time, been on the National team or made an Olympic or Worlds team in the 200… Read more »

Mr Piano
10 months ago

We need another 75, maybe from Pepperoni or Dressel?

Grant Drukker
10 months ago

We got some great cinnamon role pancakes in GR, MI Coleman.

Reply to  Grant Drukker
10 months ago

Maybe he can sit in on a high school practice

10 months ago

Lodging a formal complaint about the Siobhan Haughey SNUB in the 200 freestyle world record conversation…….. the oversight of the CENTURY!!!

Wake up son
Reply to  Ben Dornan
10 months ago

The big pool is different than the short bathtubs my friend 🛁 .

Reply to  Wake up son
10 months ago

Yes, I was more so referring to her 1:53.92 Olympic silver-medal-winning swim. Still a bit further off than Titmus but within a second of the WR!

Big Mac #1
10 months ago

At times, Brayden is just a commenter with a job

About Coleman Hodges

Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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